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June 2016 - Issue 7


Top Stories


Teen Lifeguard Saves Drowning Boy With CPR

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Lifeguard Brianna White surveyed the afternoon crowd on July 9 like she did every day at the community pool in Billings, Montana. Everyone was following the rules. No running, no horseplay. Then she spotted a 4-year-old boy in the middle of the pool just as he slipped under water. He was drowning. Read More

Teen Saves Young Brother's Life Using Training Learned in High School
Skyler was swimming under the supervision of his mom when she moved across the pool deck to take a telephone call. When she took the phone call Skyler was wearing his life jacket, as he always does when near the family pool. She never dreamed that the very short time she was on the phone, with the swimming pool in plain sight, would distract her from seeing the potential tragedy in front of her.Read More

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CDC Says

Don't Get Burned! Summer Sun Safety Tips
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Summer is here! Who doesn't want to be outside, sunbathing, swimming, playing catch on the beach or just barbequing in the backyard? While summer means fun in the sun, make sure you're not getting too much of a good thing. Read More

Help Your Kids Swim Safely This Summer: Drowning Prevention Tips
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Keeping our children safe is a priority both inside and outside. Whether children are swimming at a home pool or in natural bodies of water, with friends or with family, water safety is always key. Read More

Healthy Swimming
Swimming and other water-related activities are excellent ways to get the physical activity and health benefits needed for a healthy life. Americans swim hundreds of millions of times in pools, oceans, lakes, rivers, and hot tubs/spas each year and most people have a safe and healthy time enjoying the water. However, it is important to be aware of ways to prevent recreational water illnesses (RWIs), sunburn, and drowning that can occur.Read More

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Baseball Games, Cookouts, Swimming Be Prepared
The arrival of summer means days at the pool, family barbeques, picnics, sports and other outdoor activities. Follow these tips this summer to keep your whole family happy and healthy:Read More

Heart-Healthy Grilling and Barbecue Tips
Heart Healthy Grilling
Warm weather means grilling time - time with family and friends and time to enjoy delicious foods. There are all kinds of tasty foods to grill up, plus those sides, desserts and drinks that round out the meal. Read More

Don't be Bugged by the Bugs in Your Garden
Stroke-is-always
Just when you think that your garden is growing and looking its best, garden pests notice it too and jump right in to help themselves to your crops. Chances are, you have never seen a squash bug until you plant squash or hornworms until your tomatoes are in the ground. Read More

A Word from Stroke

Heat Can Be Hard on Your Heart. How Much is Too Much?
Heat can be Hard

Whatever brings you outside - a bike ride with friends, a jog in the park or just a stroll around the block, it's important to stay safe when the temperature rises. It's best to avoid the outdoors in the early afternoon (about noon to 3 p.m.) because the sun is usually at its strongest, putting you at higher risk for heat-related illnesses. Read More


Teen Stroke Survivor Back in Dance Shoes
The summer morning started like a typical California day. Gracie Doran practiced surfing at the beach with her dad since a trip to Hawaii was just around the corner. But by the time Gracie left the water, she was clutching her right hand, limping and slurring her words. Once home, she wanted to go to bed. It was 3 p.m.Read More

Let's Talk Blood Pressure

Fish Tanks Lower Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
Fish Tanks

A new study has shown for the first time that staring at swimming fish really does lower blood pressure and reduce heart rate. Higher numbers of fish also helped to hold people's attention for longer and improve their moods. Read More


A Midday Nap is Associated with Reduced Blood Pressure
A Midday Nap
Researchers found that midday sleepers had a five percent lower average daily blood pressure measurement compared to those who did not take a nap. When also studying the pulse and heart, the research found those who nap had less damage from high blood pressure in both their arteries and heart. Read More

Moving to a Walking Neighborhood is Good for Your Blood Pressure
Researchers found that people who moved to a walking-friendly neighborhood had a 54 percent lower risk of high blood pressure than people who left one walking-unfriendly neighborhood for another. Read More

Stay Educated

American Heart Association Keeps the Beat Acapella Style with New Hands-Only CPR
Training Video
Keeps the Beat

"Music has been a fundamental tool with which AHA educates people on the rhythm needed to save a life with Hands-Only CPR, at least 100 beats per minute," Read More


Family Reunions are a Good Time to Learn About Your Family's Heart and Stroke History
Family Reunions
The American Heart Association offers a printable family tree that helps families piece together their health history. Start with your immediate family. Find out if your brothers, sisters, parents or grandparents had heart disease or stroke and how old they were when it was diagnosed. You probably don't need to research beyond those relatives. A great-grandparent's history is not relevant because their environment and treatment options were very different. Read More

The Science of 'Hangry', or Why Some People Get Grumpy When They're Hungry
Hangry
Have you ever snapped angrily at someone when you were hungry? Or has someone snapped angrily at you when they were hungry? If so, you've experienced "hangry" (an amalgam of hungry and angry) - the phenomenon whereby some people get grumpy and short-tempered when they're overdue for a feed. Read More

Heart Risks Vary by Occupation
Researchers evaluated 5,566 employed workers to determine how many met the ideals for blood pressure, Body Mass Index, total cholesterol, blood sugar, physical activity, smoking and diet quality. Read More

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Cover up! Wear long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and socks whenever possible.

Empty standing (still) water from items around your home, like old tires, buckets, or toys. Change the water in your kids’ wading pool at least once a week.

Use screens on windows and doors to keep mosquitos outside, and repair any holes in the screens.

 

 

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Top Stories

Teen Lifeguard Saves Drowning Boy With CPR
no-accidents
Lifeguard Brianna White surveyed the afternoon crowd on July 9 like she did every day at the community pool in Billings, Montana. Everyone was following the rules. No running, no horseplay. Then she spotted a 4-year-old boy in the middle of the pool just as he slipped under water. He was drowning. Read More

Teen Saves Young Brother's Life Using Training Learned in High School
Skyler was swimming under the supervision of his mom when she moved across the pool deck to take a telephone call. When she took the phone call Skyler was wearing his life jacket, as he always does when near the family pool. She never dreamed that the very short time she was on the phone, with the swimming pool in plain sight, would distract her from seeing the potential tragedy in front of her.Read More

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CDC Says

Don't Get Burned! Summer Sun Safety Tips
shocking-results
Summer is here! Who doesn't want to be outside, sunbathing, swimming, playing catch on the beach or just barbequing in the backyard? While summer means fun in the sun, make sure you're not getting too much of a good thing. Read More

Help Your Kids Swim Safely This Summer: Drowning Prevention Tips
shocking-results
Keeping our children safe is a priority both inside and outside. Whether children are swimming at a home pool or in natural bodies of water, with friends or with family, water safety is always key. Read More

Healthy Swimming
Swimming and other water-related activities are excellent ways to get the physical activity and health benefits needed for a healthy life. Americans swim hundreds of millions of times in pools, oceans, lakes, rivers, and hot tubs/spas each year and most people have a safe and healthy time enjoying the water. However, it is important to be aware of ways to prevent recreational water illnesses (RWIs), sunburn, and drowning that can occur.Read More

In the Know

Baseball Games, Cookouts, Swimming Be Prepared
The arrival of summer means days at the pool, family barbeques, picnics, sports and other outdoor activities. Follow these tips this summer to keep your whole family happy and healthy:Read More

Heart-Healthy Grilling and Barbecue Tips
Heart Healthy Grilling
Warm weather means grilling time - time with family and friends and time to enjoy delicious foods. There are all kinds of tasty foods to grill up, plus those sides, desserts and drinks that round out the meal. Read More

Don't be Bugged by the Bugs in Your Garden
Stroke-is-always
Just when you think that your garden is growing and looking its best, garden pests notice it too and jump right in to help themselves to your crops. Chances are, you have never seen a squash bug until you plant squash or hornworms until your tomatoes are in the ground. Read More

A Word from Stroke

Heat Can Be Hard on Your Heart. How Much is Too Much?
Heat can be Hard

Whatever brings you outside - a bike ride with friends, a jog in the park or just a stroll around the block, it's important to stay safe when the temperature rises. It's best to avoid the outdoors in the early afternoon (about noon to 3 p.m.) because the sun is usually at its strongest, putting you at higher risk for heat-related illnesses. Read More


Teen Stroke Survivor Back in Dance Shoes
The summer morning started like a typical California day. Gracie Doran practiced surfing at the beach with her dad since a trip to Hawaii was just around the corner. But by the time Gracie left the water, she was clutching her right hand, limping and slurring her words. Once home, she wanted to go to bed. It was 3 p.m.Read More

Let's Talk Blood Pressure

Fish Tanks Lower Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
Fish Tanks

A new study has shown for the first time that staring at swimming fish really does lower blood pressure and reduce heart rate. Higher numbers of fish also helped to hold people's attention for longer and improve their moods. Read More


A Midday Nap is Associated with Reduced Blood Pressure
A Midday Nap
Researchers found that midday sleepers had a five percent lower average daily blood pressure measurement compared to those who did not take a nap. When also studying the pulse and heart, the research found those who nap had less damage from high blood pressure in both their arteries and heart. Read More

Moving to a Walking Neighborhood is Good for Your Blood Pressure
Researchers found that people who moved to a walking-friendly neighborhood had a 54 percent lower risk of high blood pressure than people who left one walking-unfriendly neighborhood for another. Read More

Stay Educated

American Heart Association Keeps the Beat Acapella Style with New Hands-Only CPR
Training Video
Keeps the Beat

"Music has been a fundamental tool with which AHA educates people on the rhythm needed to save a life with Hands-Only CPR, at least 100 beats per minute," Read More


Family Reunions are a Good Time to Learn About Your Family's Heart and Stroke History
Family Reunions
The American Heart Association offers a printable family tree that helps families piece together their health history. Start with your immediate family. Find out if your brothers, sisters, parents or grandparents had heart disease or stroke and how old they were when it was diagnosed. You probably don't need to research beyond those relatives. A great-grandparent's history is not relevant because their environment and treatment options were very different. Read More

The Science of 'Hangry', or Why Some People Get Grumpy When They're Hungry
Hangry
Have you ever snapped angrily at someone when you were hungry? Or has someone snapped angrily at you when they were hungry? If so, you've experienced "hangry" (an amalgam of hungry and angry) - the phenomenon whereby some people get grumpy and short-tempered when they're overdue for a feed. Read More

Heart Risks Vary by Occupation
Researchers evaluated 5,566 employed workers to determine how many met the ideals for blood pressure, Body Mass Index, total cholesterol, blood sugar, physical activity, smoking and diet quality. Read More
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Here are the basics for taking care of your teeth and gums:


 

Brush your teeth 2 times a day with fluoride toothpaste.

Floss between your teeth every day.

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Stay active and make healthier food choices

Health Tip: Take Charge of Your Health

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Learn all you can about pending surgery

More Young Americans Support Gay Adoption: Survey

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

But tolerance still varies between teens and 40-somethings

Biking or Walking to Work Helps Keep You Fit

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Middle-aged folks who had an 'active' commute weighed less than their driving peers

School Breakfast Programs Vital, Even if Some Kids Also Eat at Home

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Skipping the morning meal was tied to higher weight in study of middle schoolers

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Bumble Bee Tuna Recalled Denmark Happiest Nation, U.S. No. 13: Report /div

Scientists Pick U.S. Cities Where Zika Might Hit This Summer

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Weather and travel patterns could expose people as far north as New York City

Neighborhood Rats as Depressing as Crime, Study Finds

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Research suggests rodent infestations are 'underappreciated' stressor

More Healthy Foods Offered in School Lunches, Study Finds

03/17/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

But some parts of the country are further ahead than others

New Dengue Virus Vaccine Shows Promise

03/16/2016 01:00 PM EDT

 

Research may also aid in development of Zika virus vaccine, expert suggests

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Zurampic Approved for Gout

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Drug helps control blood levels of uric acid

Get Your Flu Shot Before the Flu Is Widespread: CDC

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Almost everyone 6 months and older should be vaccinated, experts say

Glaucoma Patients Have False Notions of Pot's Ability to Treat Their Disease: Survey

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

And trend toward legalization of marijuana only fuels misconceptions, researchers add

Graphic Warnings on Cigarettes Help Smokers Consider Quitting

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Disturbing images get people thinking about health risks associated with tobacco, study finds

Paid Sick Leave Can Be Crucial When Cancer Strikes

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Patients nearly twice as likely to keep their jobs if they had the benefit, study found

U.S. Teen Treated for Rare Rat-Bite Fever

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Only 200 cases have been reported since 1839, research reveals

Health Tip: Watching Calories

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Is it enough?

Health Tip: Meditation May Help Your Heart

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

It can help you deal with stress

U.S. Births Up, Teen and Preterm Deliveries Down: CDC

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Positive trends mean healthier babies, doctors say

Tiny Turtles Carry Salmonella Threat

12/23/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Though banned as pets in U.S., they're still sold illegally and children are often the ones sickened, CDC finds

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12/10/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Chipotle Executive Apologizes for Food Illness Outbreaks, Promises Improved Safety First Dengue Vaccine Gets Its First Approval, in Mexico /div

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E-Cigarettes May Contain Chemicals Linked to Lung Disease

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Flavoring compounds have been tied to a serious illness known as 'popcorn lung'

Kids With Asthma, Allergies May Face Higher Heart Risk Factors: Study

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Risk doubles for high cholesterol and blood pressure, but danger to any one child is low, findings suggest

Most Teens' Physical Activity Occurs at School

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

But they aren't getting enough exercise and need more avenues for active recreation, experts say

Ovarian Cyst Condition in Mom May Raise Odds for Autism in Child

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Study suggests link for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome, but can't prove cause-and-effect

Fewer Americans Struggling With Medical Bills

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

U.S. report shows 12 million are no longer in families having trouble paying for health care

Health Tip: Stay Safe on the Highway

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Never drive drowsy

Health Tip: Using a Knee Brace

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Make sure it's worn properly

Sickle Cell Drug Doesn't Relieve Pain Crises: Study

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

International research finds prasugrel isn't effective at easing suffering

New Type of Antidepressant Shows Promise in Early Trial

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

More study is needed, but the compound may fight the condition in a different way, experts say

Kanuma Approved for Rare Missing-Enzyme Disease

12/08/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Wolman disease triggers fat buildup, leading to heart and liver problems

 

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Researchers Say They Find Genes Linked to Alzheimer's Timing

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Some sped up disease, others delayed it, study says

Electrical Stimulation May Ease Low Back Pain for Some

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Treatment is effective with no side effects, researcher says

Sense of Purpose in Life May Boost Longevity, Heart Health

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Those who felt useful to others were 20 percent less likely to die during study period

Safe to Take Antidepressants With Tamoxifen: Study

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

No greater risk of breast cancer recurrence seen

Diabetes Drug Improves Gut Bacteria, Study Finds

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Metformin improved levels of fatty acids that help lower blood sugar levels

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'Rabbit Fever' Cases Rise in the U.S. Halt Permanent Changes to Human Genes Until Risks Better Understood: Scientists JEM Raw Brand Sprouted Nut Butter Spre

Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Often Not Monitored Closely

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Most men who chose 'watchful waiting' weren't followed as recommended, study finds

Health Tip: Know the Risks of Oral Piercing

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

It can cause infection or allergic reaction

Health Tip: Talking to Kids About World Events

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Inform, but don't frighten

Get Your Flu Shot Before the Flu Is Widespread: CDC

12/04/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Everyone 6 months and older should be vaccinated before holiday trips and gatherings, experts say

 

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Buckle Up in the Backseat, Experts Advise

11/27/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

About 400 deaths a year might be prevented if more people wore rear seatbelts

Sweat to Help Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer

11/27/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Vigorous exercise, nutritious diet lower odds for deadly forms of the disease, research suggests

Health Tip: Keeping Anger in Check

11/27/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Learn to maintain your cool

Health Tip: Learn About Processed Foods

11/27/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Check ingredient labels for harmful contents

Too Much Sitting Hurts Heart Patients' Health

11/26/2015 12:00 PM EST

 

Exercise doesn't mitigate effects of sedentary lifestyle, study finds



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